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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS                                  xxui
PLATE  NUMBER
Front of Columbia Glacier on islet north of Heather Island in 1908.......           CVII
Front of Columbia Glacier on islet north of Heather Island, June 24, 1909.          CVIII
Front of Columbia Glacier on islet north of Heather Island, August, 1909..          CVHI Columbia Glacier advancing and pushing up a terminal moraine, July 6,
1910............................................................            CIX
Columbia Glacier advancing and pushing up a terminal moraine, and overriding forest, July 6, 1910.........................................            CIX
Columbia Glacier advancing into forest, overturning trees and shoving up
a moraine, August, 1909..........................................              CX
Columbia Glacier on August 23, 1909.................................             CXI.
Columbia Glacier on July 6, 1910....................................            CXI
Columbia Glacier on September 5,1910...............................            CXI
Terminal moraine with knobs and kettles at eastern margin of Columbia.
Glacier..........................................................           CXII
Meares Glacier at the head of Unakwik Inlet, and Mount Grosvenor.....           CXII
Meares Glacier in 1910..............................................         CXIII
General view of Harvard Glacier.....................................          CXTV
Inclined ends of medial moraines of Harvard Glacier....................          CXIV
Western margin of Harvard Glacier advancing into forest...............           CXV
Glacier advancing into alder thicket on northern margin of Smith Glacier         CXVI Flattened piedmont terminus of Smith Glacier where it entered the sea in
1910............................................................       cxvn
General view of the less rugged topography in Harriman Fiord region, showing Barry Glacier and cascading tributary..........................        CXVII
Bryn Mawr Glacier.................................................       CXVTH
Profile of the flattened piedmont portion of Vassar Glacier..............         CXIX
Wellesley Glacier...................................................           CXX
Yale Glacier from College Point......................................         CXXI
Yale Glacier from Photograph Station I...............................        CXXH
Eastern side of Yale Glacier.........................................      CXXTTT
Amherst and Crescent Glaciers from southern part of College Fiord......       CXXIV
General view of Yale Glacier........................................       CXXTV
Hanging valley, with Wellesley Glacier cascading down over its lip to tidewater ........................................................'          CXXV
Map of submarine contours in northern College Fiord...................       CXXVI
Rougher topography of Chugach Mountains in Harriman Fiord region. . ..      CXXVII
Barry Glacier and Mount Gannett...........,.......................    CXXVHI
Sketch of Barry Glacier as observed in 1899...........................       CXXLX
Sketch in 1910, showing the retreat of Barry and Surprise Glaciers since 1899     CXXLX
Barry Glacier in 1899...............................................        CXXX
Barry Glacier in 1905...............................................        CXXX
Barry Glacier in 1909...............................................       CXXXI
Barry Glacier in 1910...............................................       CXXXI
Western lateral moraine of formerly expanded Barry Glacier.............     CXXXII
Toboggan Glacier..................................................     CXXXII